When you purchase an insurance policy, it is expected that your insurance company will provide the policy coverage in case of an accident. Unfortunately, insurance carriers frequently fail to pay the benefits they promised they would, or they fail to pay promptly and in the proper amounts. These actions by the insurance company could be classified as bad faith.
Insurance companies operate at a distinct advantage over policyholders. They write the policy, set the premiums, oversee the claims process, and ultimately decide whether to pay your claim. They have more experience, a superior bargaining position and far more resources than their typical policyholder.
Burg Simpson Shareholder, Thomas Henderson, has over 30 years experience working both with and against insurance carriers. Mr. Henderson focuses his practice on representing policyholders in suing insurance companies for bad faith and getting insurance companies to pay what the insurance policy promises to pay.
If you suspect your insurance company is acting in bad faith by refusing to live up to their promises and provide the insurance coverage included in the policy, you could be entitled to file a bad faith claim against the insurance company. Bad faith lawsuits can be exceedingly complex and require the expertise of personal injury attorneys who have years of experience handling hundreds of these types of cases. Burg Simpson’s attorneys are here to help. Call us today at 303-790-2525 or fill out a free case evaluation form before it is too late.